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Taltz Results In Spondyloarthritis Add To Lilly Franchise Hopes

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Taltz has sailed through the latest trial in Lilly’s COAST program, in non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis, but choppy waters may be ahead; meanwhile, Lilly signs an immunology deal with Avidity Biosciences.

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